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Arjit Taneja’s Stylish Avatar Playfully Dubbed As Ranveer Singh’s ‘Rocky Randhawa’

Actor Arjit Taneja, who is known for his stylish avatar in the show 'Kaise Mujhe Tum Mil Gaye‘, has shared how his co-stars playfully refer to him as ‘Rocky Randhawa’, drawing parallels to Ranveer Singh's character from 'Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani.'

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Actor Arjit Taneja, who is known for his stylish avatar in the show 'Kaise Mujhe Tum Mil Gaye‘, has shared how his co-stars playfully refer to him as ‘Rocky Randhawa’, drawing parallels to Ranveer Singh's character from 'Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani.'

The romantic comedy drama ‘Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani’ (RRPK) is directed by Karan Johar and stars Ranveer (Rocky Randhawa) and Alia Bhatt (Rani Chatterjee) in the lead.

Ranveer, who is known for his fashion experimentation in real life, portrayed a flamboyant role as Rocky in the movie, showcasing some eclectic looks and outfits, which includes stylish street wears to fusion ethnic wear.

Similarly, Arjit is also donning stylish, vibrant shirts with buttons left undone showing off his chiselled physique and form-fitting blazers with chic accessories in the show.

Arjit has been entertaining the audience with his amazing performance as Virat and is getting a lot of appreciation for his flamboyant ‘Delhi boy’ look. Although Arjit was born and brought up in Delhi, he is a true-blue Punjabi at heart, this is the first time he is playing the role of a swaggy Delhi boy on television.

For the unversed, Arjit had a cameo role as Sunny in ‘RRPK’.

Talking about the same, the ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ actor said: “I'm thrilled with the positive response our show is receiving. Growing up as a Punjabi boy in Delhi, this is the first time I'm portraying a similar character on screen. I've always been eager to explore diverse roles and an integral part of it is to get the look right.”

“Credit goes to the creative team for crafting the look in the show, which fans and viewers are enjoying. Interestingly, my co-actors have noticed a resemblance to Rocky Randhawa and they often playfully call me Rocky on set. While Rocky was more West Delhi, Virat is north Delhi and it takes a discerning eye to tell the difference. But the comparison to this immensely popular character is only too flattering for me to object,” he added.

The show revolves around an impossible love story between two contrasting characters – an optimistic Maharashtrian girl of modest means who believes in working on one’s marriage after finding a suitable partner, Amruta (played by Sriti Jha), and a worldy-wise, Delhi-based Punjabi boy Virat (Arjit), who has lost faith in the sanctity of the institution, taking most women to be gold-diggers.

The show airs on Zee TV.

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